The new look FaZe Clan and eUnited Call of Duty rosters got their first chance to prove themselves during MLG’s CWL 2K online tournament on Sunday June 25th.
It was announced on Friday June 23rd that James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks had left FaZe after two years with the team, in a direct trade for eUnited’s Peirce ‘Gunless’ Hillman.
The move came down to the wire as the two teams negotiated the transfer, announcing just hours after the roster lock for Stage Two of the CWL Global Pro League.
The online CWL 2K on Sunday June 25th almost brought the two teams face to face, but unfortunately, Cloud9 and Luminosity Gaming spoiled the party in the semi-final.
Luminosity went on to win the single elimination tournament and the $2,000 first prize, winning 3-2 in the grand final.
The CoD Pro Points on offer in the 2K will prove vital in deciding which teams outside of the pro league make the last chance qualifier tournament for CoD Champs 2017 in July.
Please note, the teams in italics have had their name changed due to previously being inappropriate, with the most prominent player name being used instead.
North American Sunday 26th Online 2K CWL Final Placements
|Placement||Team||Roster||CoD Pro Points||Prize Money|
|1||Luminosity||Slacked, Classic, Saints, Octane||2,000||$2,000|
|2||Cloud9||Aches, Preist, Assault, Xotic||1,200||$1,000|
|3/4||FaZe Clan||Gunless, Attach, Enable, ZooMaa||800|
|3/4||eUnited||Clayster, Prestinni, SiLLY, Arcitys||800|
|3/4||Rise Nation||FeLo, Faccento, Loony, Aqua||600|
|5/8||Str8 Rippin||Mirx, Studyy, Dashy, Ricky||600|
|5/8||Team Maux||Drama, Riviction, Hitman, Maux||600|
|5/8||Allegiance||Nova, Believe, Mayhem, Spoofs||600|
|17/32||Team Teddy Recks||200|
|17/32||Team Blazen Brady||200|